Following Mental Health Awareness Week, participants of Red Neighbours' walking football programme have spoken about their experiences of mental health.
Pupils from five local schools headed to Anfield for Red Neighbours’ career speed networking event on Wednesday afternoon.
Youngsters from two local schools represented LFC Foundation at the Premier League Primary Stars Football Tournament finals on Tuesday.
Red Neighbours welcomed mental health charity, Imagine Independence, to Anfield Sports and Community Centre for a special game of walking football on Friday.
Youngsters enrolled on LFC Foundation’s Premier League Works scheme received a special surprise as part of their employment programme when Liverpool legends John Aldridge and Roy Evans paid them a visit to deliver a career session with a difference.
Check out a schedule of local community events planned by the LFC Foundation and Red Neighbours teams in the coming week.
LFC Foundation has donated £4,250 to the Seán Cox appeal thanks to the generosity of fans at the Wolverhampton Wanderers game last week.
As part of Mental Health Awareness Week, participants of Red Neighbours’ walking football programme have spoken about their experiences of mental health.
July this year will see the seventh memorial golf day and fundraiser in memory of Anne Williams, who passed away from cancer in 2013.
LFC Foundation and Red Neighbours are supporting Mental Health Awareness Week 2019 with a week-long programme of activities.